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From painting, to music, to unique sports, creativity comes in many forms in NC.
Family businesses, farms, & craftsmen, plus a geologic mystery.
Air ambulances, air monitoring, traditional boatbuilding, & sustainable farming on NC Now.
Meet musician Joe Kwon, visit two unique food pantries, & learn about biofuel research.
An art therapy project becomes a personal mission for one young NC woman.
Visit Kings Restaurant, meet a woodcarver who makes traditional bowls, & much more.
Zika research at UNCC, speech therapy program at WCU, a tour of the restored Duke Chapel.
Visit the FARM Cafe & Duck Dance Farm, plus check out a new communications app.
All across the US women are lacing up their skates to compete in roller derby.
Studio 345 is a program for Charlotte youth that uses Digital Media Arts to inspire them.
A Durham company blends modern & traditional with its artisanal nut butters.
A Seagrove artist is making a name for himself both among North Carolinians & Hollywood.
July is peach month in NC. To celebrate we visit farmer Garrett Johnson in his orchard.
When someone gets hurt & is far from a medical center, a medical helicopter comes to help.
Hickory Nut Gap Farm is building on its history as it works toward the future.
A conversation with 2016 NC Heritage Award recipient Houston Lewis.